It's Academy For Science And Design Vs. Plymouth On Saturday

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DURHAM, NH — Tune in at 6 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 12, on NH PBS for the second match in a brand-new season of Granite State Challenge.

The second game of the season features the Academy for Science and Design and Plymouth Regional High.

Playing for the Academy for Science and Design are captain and junior Shikhar G., junior Sedi G., junior Arvin C, and junior Shreenath M. The team alternate is junior Ryan. The team is coached by Shawn Kraus. The Academy for Science and Design is a charter school located in Nashua.

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Playing for Plymouth Regional High are captain and senior Katherine Luehrs, sophomore Khalil Dahklia, junior Natalie Boyer, and junior Trevor Tobine. The team alternate is junior Jason Vuong, Plymouth is coached by Jay Fogarty and Troy Harris. Plymouth Regional High enrolls 674 students from Plymouth, Ashland, Holderness, Campton, Rumney, Wentworth, Warren, Ellsworth, Waterville Valley, and Thornton.

Granite State Challenge features New Hampshire’s top high school academic quiz teams as they demonstrate remarkable teamwork, quick thinking, and smarts to beat the clock and buzz in first on this iconic New Hampshire game show. The game emphasizes quick recall of math, science, social studies, language arts, and fine arts facts – along with questions about current events, entertainment, sports, and New Hampshire.

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You can follow your favorite team, test your own knowledge with Granite State Challenge online quizzes and more at the Granite State Challenge web page or try your hands at daily brainteasers on the Granite State Challenge Facebook page.

Granite State Challenge is funded by lead sponsor Unitil; with additional funding from NEA New Hampshire, Safety Insurance, New Hampshire Lottery, D.F. Richard, Cognia, and HRCU.

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